Snowshoeing is one of the most relaxing ways to explore Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in the winter. It is a great form of low-impact aerobic exercise and perfect for young children to retirees. One of the best things about snowshoeing is … Read full article
Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is home to over 300 waterfalls and it becomes the ultimate winter wonderland November through March. These roaring waterways become massive, silent ice sculptures in the wintertime that you have to see to believe. There’s something so … Read full article
Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is a dream destination for ice fisherman. There are over 4,000 frozen inland lakes in addition to ice-covered bays on Lake Superior, Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. With so many locations for quality ice fishing, the opportunities … Read full article
A good ol’ fashioned drive IS the best way to experience the U.P.’s scenery. But one season that you may not have considered for a leisurely cruise (but should) is winter. This time of year transforms the already beautiful Upper … Read full article
Where are the Northern Lights this winter? Good question. Many people think their only chance of seeing the Northern Lights (otherwise known as the Aurora Borealis) is to travel to the great white north. We are talking way up in … Read full article
You’ve heard the stories. Yes, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan does indeed get a whole lot of snow between December and March. However, we happen to have some of the best snow plowing crews in the world. This means your … Read full article
Michigan is an amazing place for rockhounding. In addition to the varieties of rock native to the area the glaciers brought with them rocks from more northern areas. The result is shorelines filled with a wide variety of beautiful stones. … Read full article
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